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Poster: ahess247 Date: Jan 6, 2013 2:16pm
Forum: audio Subject: Contribution question

I have some audio cassettes of old speeches of several prominent tech execs from a trade show in the late 90s. If the Internet Archive will accept them I will go to the trouble of digitizing and submitting them, but I wanted to double check first. The collection is Comdex speeches from 1999 including remarks by Bill Gates, Carely Fiorina, John Chambers, Scott McNealy and Eric Schmidt when he was still running Novell. Will IA accept these? I'd hate to do the work only to see them get deleted for some reason. thanks for some guidance on this.

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